Concealers are a must-have in your cosmetics drawer. Coupled with your favourite foundation or alone, they are made to hide your little skin imperfections and give your face a flawless natural finish. 

However, while a concealer may be your best friend on a night out, lots of animals may not share that sympathy as many mainstream cosmetics brands still test their products on animals.

If you’re from the UK and looking for a cruelty-free concealer, you’ve come to the right place. Here is the list of the best vegan concealers in the UK, for all types of skin and coverage needs.

Award winner vegan concealer ( Urban Decay “Naked Skin” )


The “Naked Skin” vegan concealer offers medium coverage and is a great option for skins that don’t require much coverage.

Its very thin, creamy texture makes it easy to apply and blend into your skin.

As its name implies, the concealer will give your skin a semi-matte “naked” finish, meaning that your skin will look natural, but flawless after applying the concealer. 

Finally, you can count on the different natural ingredients such as green tea to keep your skin bright and nourished all day long.

The best vegan concealer for the price (Barry M)


The “All night long” concealer may be the cheapest option on the list, but it sure does the job.

The formula is lightweight, yet creamy and extremely easy to apply. It will give your skin a semi-matte finish for a natural and bright looking result. 

Once applied, it doesn’t wear off or separate rapidly and the vitamin E it contains will keep your skin moisturized throughout the day. 

Available in 6 shades the affordable liquid concealer offers a fair amount of options that should fit most skin colors!

Organic concealer for sensitive skin (INIKA)


INIKA is one of the top organic make-up brands on the market.

Their perfection concealer is quite a thin and lightweight option, meaning it won’t be great at covering “serious” imperfections. 

However, the organic ingredients of that concealer make it a great option for sensitive skins.  Indeed, by getting an INIKA concealer, you are doing your skin a favour.

In addition to conceal your small imperfections, the aloe vera, shea butter and jojoba seed oil it contains will do a great job at moisturizing and nourishing your skin. 

No.1 high coverage concealer (Tarte)


After a few lightweight vegan concealers options, here is what many consider the best full-coverage vegan concealer on the market. 

Surprisingly, the solution is quite lightweight and blendable for being a full-coverage solution. Plus, unlike many other high coverage concealers, Tarte did a great job at coming up with a product that will keep your skin hydrated. 

As for the finish, you can expect a rather matte and opaque result. 

Finally, as stated in the name, In addition to being a concealer, the Tarte Double Duty doubles as a contour/highlight product.

The best waterproof vegan concealer (Phoera)


Phoera is mostly famous for its foundations, but they also offer a great vegan waterproof concealer.

As the Tarte option, it acts as a full coverage concealer that will work great to hide more “serious” imperfections such as acne scars, dark spots.

In addition to being waterproof and sweatproof, it is also long-lasting and doesn’t easily crease. The concealer is quite lightweight as well for being a full coverage option and the micro-powders it contains work great on thin layers.

Meaning you can use it to brighten up your under-eye area.

Vegan mineral concealer for oily skin (Honeypie Minerals)


The previous vegan concealers on this list are all liquid concealers.

This one by Honeypie, on the other hand, is a loose mineral concealer.

Some might say: “Why go for loose powder, it seems messy?!”. Well yes, in a way, it can be messy. But a loose mineral concealer is also the best option for oily skin, as liquid concealers tend to make your skin oilier.

Thereby, loose mineral concealers are also great for acne-prone skin. 

However, dryer or more mature skin may find the powder too “weak” and prefer liquid concealers that offer a fuller, more blendable coverage. 

Mineral concealers such as the one from Honeypie Minerals are also made of 100% natural ingredients and free of any harsh chemicals, parabens, and fragrance. 

Its purpose is not only to hide your imperfections while offering a matte finish but also to stay gentle on your skin. 

What else? It offers healing, anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial properties, and natural protection against UV-light exposure. 

It is also locally made in England, a plus for your eco-friendly mind. 

Hide those tiredness signs! (Lavera)


This Lavera Natural Concealer marks itself as the perfect choice for covering your signs of tiredness.

It encompasses a creamy formula that is made of high-quality organic ingredients and is 100% silicone-free, paraffin-free and mineral oil-free.

This natural concealer manages to hide your problem areas, whatever your skin type.

Plus, this dermatologically proven product does not carry any of the traces of genetically modified ingredients (GMO).

We love it because this is a 100% certified and natural cosmetic.

Perfect for precision work (BWC Supercover)


Beauty Without Cruelty is actually more than a cruelty-free vegan cosmetics brand. In fact, it was founded in England, in 1963, by the BWC Charitable Trust, an animal welfare organization.

The point is, when you buy their products, you can be sure they are really cruelty-free!

Back to the concealer now.

With the BWC Supercover, we get another interesting vegan concealer option. Shaped like a pencil, it’s a great coverage tool for more precise applications while its chunky shape allows wider coverage as well. 

That precision makes it the best vegan under-eye vegan concealer in the list.

And don’t worry, the pencil is super soft and easy to apply with no dragging. You can use them on your delicate under-eye area with no fear. 

Apart from being vegan, the concealer is also fragrance-free, GMO-free and gluten-free.

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